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AP Computer Science Principles (CSP)

AP Computer Science Principles (AP CSP) is a new course under development that seeks to broaden participation in computing and computer science. Development is being led by a team of computer science educators organized by the College Board and the National Science Foundation. Pilots are ongoing at the high school and college levels.  For more details review the following:

NOTE: Several courses have been developed and pilot tested that incorporate the College Board’s AP Computer Science Principles Curriculum Framework.  A summary can be found at: CSP Courses.  High School teachers in the IDoCode program are being prepared to use the Mobile CSP curriculum.

Topics include: Abstraction, Algorithms, Creativity, Data, Impact, Internet and Programming.  Explore the current content materials at CS10k Community Computer Science Principles.

More details on the Phase II development can be found at: CS Principles website